Seller must collect the full purchase price of the vehicle from Buyer prior to delivery. Wire transfers to Seller’s bank is the preferred method of payment and will ensure quick, timely delivery. All other payments methods (cashier’s check, money order etc.) must “clear” Seller’s depository and Seller must have actual possession of the funds and not just the instrument, prior to delivery of the vehicle.
Upon receipt of the vehicle by Buyer or Buyer’s Agent, Buyer shall have the immediate right to inspect the vehicle for any misrepresentation or defects and may arrange for a mechanic or other expert to inspect the vehicle prior to delivery and either accept or reject it and the shipper will be instructed to wait for acceptance or rejection of the vehicle. Should Buyer reject the vehicle or fail to make a decision to accept or reject the shipper shall load the vehicle and return it to the Seller and Seller shall be obligated to refund to Buyer all funds that have been paid by Buyer to Seller, minus shipping costs.
Buyer agrees and acknowledges that after acceptance of the vehicle and execution of Seller’s “Acceptance on Delivery Agreement”, that Buyer shall hereby waive and release Seller from any and all claims, causes of action or demands as against Seller for any alleged misrepresentation, fraud, punitive damages, breach of contract or breach of any implies or express warranties (except for express warranties contained in this Agreement) or any other cause of action arising from the terms of this Agreement or the transaction contemplated herein.
Buyer is responsible for insuring the vehicle once it is unloaded by the transportation agent and Buyer shall be responsible for any damage to the vehicle during any test-drive or inspection thereof.